"Children Songs, Vol. 1" (Nepal)
- Public Domain
The music is mostly synthetic, but I believe I can hear occasional live instrumentation such as tablas in the background. There are songs in English and in Nepali. Through a contact of my mother, there is a loose translation of the song titles in the notes below.
[I am a flower bud]
2. The more we get
3. Basuriko Dhunsanga
[With the music of the flute]
4.Hot Cross Buns
5.Ka Kha Ga Gha
[These are the first four characters of the Nepali alphabet, like A B C D)
6.One one sun
7.Maro Gau Jyamire
[Jyamire, My Village]
8.Ding Dong Bell
9.Malekhuko pul bhatkiyo
[The bridge over the River Malekhu is broken]
1. Nepalka Hami Sana
[We are small, we are from Nepal]
2.This old man
3.Yumi chaymha laya du (Newari)
Batoma Yeuta Kamila Cha (Nepali)
[There is an ant on the street]
4.My bonnie lies over the ocean
5.Row, row, row your boat
[Life with much accomplished]
2.Jun Deshko Matoma
[In the soil of the country]
- 2009-02-04 19:03:22
Subject: Thank you very much
Old is Gold. Really appreciate this.
Subject: NOSTALGIC FEELING
Subject: Excellent record!
Subject: Thanks a lot for this priceless songs
I wished I could go back to those days of the school life...
Thanks for the Swarnim School, and everyone who contributed to make this song.
And thanks a lot for that person who posted this in the internet.
Subject: Thank you
Me the third batch of Swarnim English School...Our school changed its name to Swarnim High School and again to Swarnim School... Now it is located in Dallu Awas.....
Subject: All those inspiring songs......
Subject: Swarnim High School First album
Thanks for posting this album. I am third batch of Swarnim High School. I still remember those moments where we(students) used to stand in lines and sing a song "Jun na desh ko mato ma" and Ramesh sir(musician of this album) playing a harmonium.
Subject: NOSTALGIA ... tears of joy
Thanks a lot to the person who posted this album. Try to see if you can get volume II too. I was the student of Swarnim School and the singers were none other than my classmates. We were the first batch students of the school. Our music teacher was Raamesh Shrestha and this album is probably the first childrens' song album of Nepal. The music is not totally synthetic; keyboard rhythm is synthetic, however the lead and other background music manual i am sure of it. I still remember we students standing up in line singing these songs every morning (one song every morning besides singing lessons afterwards) right before our classes begin.
One may join 'Swarnim School' group to know more about the school, the students, teachers and its present status.
Thanking you once again for this sharing.
Subject: Probably first children album in nepal
Music Composer for these songs are Ramesh
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